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Enhancing ‘Intellectual Curiosity’ of Students

India has the world’s largest population in the age bracket of 5-24 years about 500 million people. It has a multi-layered formal education system with 250+ million school-going students. Among them, more than 50% of students are from the primary level of education. So the country is suffering from a big-sized issue – some kind of irrational cognition. 

And you know what, today because of rapid economic and social change, we have to prepare students for jobs that have not yet been created, technologies that have not been invented, and problems that we don’t yet know will arise. And it’s only possible to fulfill this mission, at scale, when most of the students learn with the fullest cognitive freedom, where they will feel safe and secure to express whatever they need to do so, maintain their inquisitiveness level, enhance their epistemic curiosity, be educated enough to filter-out uncritical information, get out of uncreatical thinking stigma, and make better-informed decisions for the betterment of society, nation, and the world at whole. But the reality is that we seldom emphasize on enhancing the intellectual curiosity of the students. There is hardly any regular activation of it. And the curve of natural inquisitiveness decay (of a student) gets more decelerated with time. And this single; but most catastrophic issue creates seven such more issues for a student, in academics, and personal-professional development. 

And we have designed a comprehensive, hyper-customized-personalized, academically integrated, and NEP-2020-based solution for enhancing students’ Intellectual Curiosity of the students, by establishing ‘Intellectual Curiosity Enhancement Culture (ICEC) in their school. 

So, dear education leaders, we know you want to do something better for your school to make it more 21st-century-ready. And we hope you will find this solution – ICEC 2023-24 feasible for your school to implement this academic year.

And dear students there, if your school does not have ICEC, don’t worry! We have something for you to encourage and educate on how to break the barriers of non-inquisitiveness, escape from the traps of some dangerous cognitive issues, and how to activate your rational mindset, by enhancing your intellectual curiosity. 

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Making Students Future-Ready

India has the world’s largest population in the age bracket of 5-24 years about 500 million people, which provides a great growth opportunity for the education sector. It has a multi-layered formal education system with 250+ million school-going students. 

And today because of rapid economic and social change, we have to prepare students for jobs that have not yet been created, technologies that have not been invented, and problems that we don’t yet know will arise. And the major issue that becomes an inhibitor in the growth of a student is non-inquisitiveness disorder. 

It’s obvious that students ask questions in different spheres of their contact, other than academics. Very few attempt to ask questions actively inside the classroom. So if we become able to make the classroom thought-provoking and creative, then we can build a 21st-century classroom. And we have designed a very flexible, customized, and holistic solution to culture inquisitiveness inside the classroom. 

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Explore how to activate your rationality and develop scientific temperament

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For Teachers

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For Schools

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Frequently Asked Questions

Would like to know more about Chatshala? Resolve your queries here!

Yes, an individual student can also enroll in the 'Take charge of your Questions' Course.

Visit the student portal for the payment structure.

A student will get the following benefits -

  1. Know the importance of questioning in this century
  2. Why is it urgent to practice inquisitiveness
  3. How to ask more
  4. How to ask better
  5. Taking well informed decisions
  6. Filter-out the uncritical information
  7. Assimilate the information gained in academics

Frequently
Asked Questions

Would like to know more about Chatshala?
Resolve your queries here!

Yes, an individual student can also enroll in the 'Take charge of your Questions' Course.

Visit the student portal for the payment structure.

A student will get the following benefits -

  1. Know the importance of questioning in this century
  2. Why is it urgent to practice inquisitiveness
  3. How to ask more
  4. How to ask better
  5. Taking well informed decisions
  6. Filter-out the uncritical information
  7. Assimilate the information gained in academics